......am noting New Moon energies by eventide..
..had NOT remembered during the day.
THIS HAS BEEN SURVIVED SINCE BEFORE TIME
SINCE BEFORE GOD WAS INVENTED IN MAN’S IMAGE
TAO GRACE ALONE
NO REQUIREMENT FOR REPEATS
UNLESS ONE BELIEVES IT SO
you yourself do not become a monster...
for when you gaze long into the abyss.
The abyss gazes also into you.
― Friedrich Nietzsche
beyond good and evil.
Beyond Good and Evil, Aphorism 153
which have strayed down to them from the heights;
as something more delicate, more fragile,
more savage, stranger, sweeter, soulful--
but as something which has to be caged up
so that it shall not fly away.
Beyond Good and Evil, "Our Virtues", 1886
but the rule in groups.
Aphorism 156, Beyond Good and Evil
but that I no longer believe you -
that is what has distressed me.
Beyond Good and Evil, maxim 183
“Fear is his belief.
You scare him.
Your miracles make him feel like a rooster without a cock.
He be frustrated he can’t harness the power.
John’s cock couldn’t make up for being a traitor to God.
Faith just be a tool for him to cut out people’s will and heart.
Murder simplified his life.”
Jewell Parker Rhodes
He forced me to Remember the primal, primordial, ancient “I AM”.
From privately published
AS THE COCK CROWS
Beyond Good and Evil
(all Nietzsche Quotes above from
until they have even lost the instinct
of the wild creatures,
for the wild creature knows by instinct
when a human being loves it and it will respond to that love.”
“All we can say is that man brings forth that which he gazes upon
and separates himself from God and man,
and in this way
he can go lower than the animal.
From a quote we've had for years
See full quote in Read More at end of Afternoon Photos
"These wild people..."
there were/are Ones
DID/DO NOT TARRY
only stated/state with entire mostly wordless Being:
"Get Thee behind me!"
shook/shake any "dust off feet..."
"dead to bury the dead."
we know that
good and evil are one
but we never confuse the two.
Serpent and the Rainbow
See Read More below
for full quote re:
"These wild people...."